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FS2004 Angel Aircraft 44. by Travis FitzPatrick Installation: Simply drag and drop the folder Angel Passenger into your Aircraft folder in the main Flightsim FS2004 FS9 Folder. No other installation necessary! Some stuff about the Angel: In the VC, there is no GPS, since there wasnt one in any of the actual aircraft, but you probably wouldnt be able to use it anyway. The real aircraft have a Garmin GPS Radio 1 system, but I was unable to make that work to my specifications, so I used the radio system from the Baron. The 3D parts are usable, you just have to be careful where you click. This aircraft is designed so that you spend the long parts of the flight in the Virtual Cockpit. I tend to use the 2D panel just for the more intensive portions of the flight, such as IFR landings and the lik
Show more... e.. .. Many thanks must be given to those who have helped me through the process: Mike Stone for his original instruments gauges and panel that helped me get through all of this. Chris Capt. Propwash Dotson beta testing Shadow beta testing Shane G. beta testing Mark Osbourne beta testing NAV beta testing Paintwagon beta testing gixx beta testing Alex Rojas beta testing and longtime contributor Brian Gladden beta testing None of the included files may be sold without express permission from the original author. Where possible, I have attempted to contact those individuals for permission. If I missed someone, I appologize. Other than that, have some fun! T. FitzPatrick lockefp_at_gmail. com (all emails should include Angel in the title) Show less...

Filesize: 11.23 MB | Added on: Jun 04, 2009 | Downloads: 2431

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FS2004 Angel Aircraft 44. Rating: 9.00 of 10 over a total of 1 reviews.

va-35rating: 9
August 19, 2009
best 2 d panal ive seen fun to fly. ike